Trademark Usage Guidelines
The Business Families Foundation (the “BFF”) develops high quality educational material for business families, professionals working with business families, and undergraduate and graduate students. The BFF’s trademarks (the “Trademarks”) are valuable assets that identify its products and services and distinguish them from those of other organizations. The proper use of the BFF’s Trademarks by individuals and entities is essential. Any use that does not comply with the following Guidelines is strictly prohibited.
For the purposes of these Guidelines, (i) the term Trademark(s) includes all registered or unregistered trademarks owned by the BFF, including but not limited to any trademarks listed on the BFF Trademark List, and (ii) the term Material(s) includes, without limitation, workbooks, guides, manuals, study materials, texts, leaflets, periodicals, magazines, advertisements, press releases, educational programs, seminars, conferences, handouts, slides, presentations, animations, images, videos, CDs, DVDs, Web (Internet) pages, iPad and iPhone applications, on any platforms and in any format, and any other types of written, electronic or multimedia content or material.